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$1M Powerball lottery ticket remains unclaimed, deadline approaching

The owner of a second-prize ticket for the

The owner of a second-prize ticket for the Dec. 11, 2013 Powerball lottery drawing has until next Thursday, Dec. 11, to claim the prize money. The ticket, which was sold in Rockland County, is worth $1 million. Photo Credit: New York Lottery

The search is still on for an unclaimed lottery ticket worth $1 million sold in Rockland County nearly one year ago — and the deadline is approaching, officials said.

The owner of a second-prize ticket for the Dec. 11, 2013 Powerball lottery drawing has until next Thursday, Dec. 11, to claim the prize money.

The ticket was purchased at the Quick Mart at 38 North Middletown Road in Nanuet, and contains five of the six winning numbers from the 2013 drawing: 01-10-13-18-19. The Powerball number, 27, is not included.

If you or someone you know is the owner of the ticket, contact New York Lottery officials at 518-388-3370 or visit your nearest Lottery Customer Service Center to redeem the prize.

If no one claims the lottery prize by Dec. 11, the money will be returned to the pool for use in future drawings.

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